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  • SXSW: 'The Final Girls' starts a horror-comedy party

    SXSW: 'The Final Girls' starts a horror-comedy party
    On a busy opening night of the South by Southwest film festival, in between the premieres of Ondi Timoner’s documentary “Brand: A Second Coming” and Karyn Kusama’s tense, eerie thriller “The Invitation,” came the horror-comedy “The Final Girls.”
  • Bulgari hosts pre-Oscars book-launch party to benefit Save the Children

    Bulgari hosts pre-Oscars book-launch party to benefit Save the Children
    The event: Bulgari hosted an A-list launch on Tuesday for “Stop Think Give,” a book of photographs by Fabrizio Ferri showing 250 celebrities wearing Bulgari in support of the jeweler’s campaign to raise funds for Save the Children. The...

    'Vikings' actor Alexander Ludwig gets his game on

    GamerHub.tv Millions of fans know Alexander Ludwig as Cato from "The Hunger Games," but a growing number of TV viewers know the actor for his portrayal of Bjorn Lothbrok in History's original series, "Vikings." Season 3 of the show debuts February 19 and...

    'When the Game Stands Tall' is imperfect but resilient

    'When the Game Stands Tall' is imperfect but resilient
    **1/2 (out of four) Like its title, the real life-inspired “When the Game Stands Tall” is earnest and a bit corny. If not for 2011’s great, Oscar-winning documentary “Undefeated,” which also featured a life-changing...

    Film Review: 'When the Game Stands Tall'

    The religion of high-school football commingles with plain old-fashioned religion in "When the Game Stands Tall," an inspirational sports drama (from Sony's in-house, faith-based label Affirm Films) that goes long on rectitudinous sermonizing but comes up...